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XGIMI Horizon Pro resting on a table
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When it comes to home theater upgrades, projectors are proving a popular and deliciously satisfying option — and for good reason. They make big-screen entertainment a breeze, whether you’ve got limited space or ample space. You don’t have to worry about complicated installations of heavy hardware or whether the display will even fit through the door to your home, and you can make the picture just about as big or as small as you need at any given moment. Making it all the easier to give yourself that home theater upgrade, XGIMI is offering some major discounts for Prime Day, bringing some of its top models to the lowest prices they’ve ever had.

Across the board, XGIMI’s projectors offer a lot for the money. They offer impressive sound for their size and boast an easy setup. They also double down on the value with Android TV built in. And the high value of these projectors is just going higher with XGIMI’s Prime Day discounts.

For the top-tier setup, you’ll want either the XGIMI Horizon Pro or XGIMI Aura. Each offers something a little different, but both are on sale from their original prices to offer their lowest prices ever.

The XGIMI Horizon Pro is a traditional projector, casting a huge image across a room onto a wall or projector screen. From wherever you set it up, it’ll beam a beautiful, 4K HDR picture at a stunningly bright 2,200 ANSI Lumens. It pairs that picture with two powerful 8-watt speakers that make it a capable all-in-one unit for the home theater. Despite its might, the XGIMI Horizon Pro is a compact projector you can easily move from room to room or take on vacations — it's a home theater that moves with you. This truly excellent machine is down to just $1,199 during this Prime Day sale, marking a huge savings from its original price of $1,899.

XGIMI Aura sitting on a ledge

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If you have a small room and still want a huge image, the XGIMI Aura is for you. This ultra-short-throw laser projector just needs a little space between it and a wall or screen to provide a massive picture. Sitting less than a foot from the wall, it can project a 120-inch picture. That’s a 4K HDR picture to boot. It shines at a dazzling 2,400 ANSI Lumens. XGIMI also took advantage of its larger frame to fit in a serious audio system with four Harman Kardon speakers — two tweeters and two woofers — capable of pumping out 15 watts of full-bodied sound each. This is another excellent projector with an excellent deal, coming in at an all-time-low of $1,599 for Prime Day.

XGIMI Halo+ on a side table

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For projection on the go, the XGIMI Halo+ is a winner. It offers a bright 1080p picture at 900 ANSI Lumens, and fits in two 5-watt speakers. What’s more impressive is that it also squeezes in a battery to provide you with a 2.5-hour runtime for home theater capabilities you can use truly anywhere. Normally $849, the XGIMI Halo+ is down to $679 for Amazon Prime Day.

XGIMI MoGo 2 Pro and MoGo 2 side by side on a table

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XGIMI also has two more affordable options that make mobility a priority. The XGIMI MoGo 2 and MoGo 2 Pro are both extra compact, making them fairly easy to simply slip into a bag and take anywhere you’re going. While they don’t include batteries, they’re powered through USB-C and can run off high-capacity battery banks for use on the go. The MoGo 2 Pro also has a new Intelligent Screen Adaptation 2.0 system that can focus and reshape the image faster and more seamlessly. You’ll get 400 ISO Lumens of brightness out of each, making for capable viewing during movie nights wherever you want to host them. Each also includes a pair of 8-watt speakers for robust sound. The MoGo 2 keeps it sharp with a 720p resolution while the MoGo 2 Pro takes it up a notch to 1080p. The XGIMI MoGo 2 is on sale for $299 after $100 off and the MoGo 2 Pro is down to $539 after $60 off.

With such a broad suite of projectors and such big discounts, the hardest part of getting your home theater upgraded will be deciding which projector to get.